The Pat Hobby Stories Setting & Symbolism

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Gooddorf's Letterappears in Pat Hobby's Christmas Wish

Harry Gooddorf, an executive at the movie studio where Pat Hobby infrequently works, wrote a letter years ago implying his participation in a murder. Pat Hobby tries to use this letter to advance his own career, but Gooddorf refuses to be blackmailed, especially by an innocent letter.

Magazine Articleappears in A Man in the Way

A female writer tells Pat about a scene she plans to do based on a magazine article about ancient artifacts being sent to Europe to be put on display. Pat steals the idea, unaware that the female writer is a close friend of the studio executive.

Big Table

There is a table in the commissary where all the executives and bigwigs eat. Pat is outraged when an extra attempts to sit at this elite table, only to find out it...

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